The movement takes asking questions, tough (much of the time subtle) questions, of most everything experienced or heard in the day. It involves posing problems where many others think there are none and developing perspectival abilities beyond empathic rhetoric. It involves reading philosophy and gathering as many sides of the "news" as one can and then contextualizing, weighing, and reevaluating previous notions. One’s reading and living become truly experiences of educating the imagination as Northrop Frye has written. Moving toward the margins is never fully achieved and is always in process.